Well, this year’s documentary, Hail Satan?, was certainly cast into the fiery furnace near the bottom of our list of films, with an overall score of 60 per cent. That places it only 16 places above such favourites as The [cont'd.]
Our next film, on Tuesday 8 December at 17:30 and 20:15 and Wednesday 9 December at 20:15 , is The Guilty, a Danish thriller from 2018. This is the film that was cancelled when we went into the second lockdown. [cont'd.]
FILM OF THE WEEK Blue Velvet (1986) was a shocking film when it came out and remains a shocking film. A weird blend of psychological horror and neo-noir, it reveals a world of violence and sexual depravity lurking beneath the [cont'd.]
CFS Online, our programme of four films to stream from home, is in full swing. You will find full details of how to join the scheme and how the system works on the CFS Online page.
FILM OF THE WEEK Apostasy (2017) is a modest British film that takes us inside the closed world of the Jehovah’s Witnesses, not in a gawping, sensationalist way but with sympathy and understanding. A debut by writer/director Daniel Kokotailo, based [cont'd.]